Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Overlooked Films: THE KENNEL MURDER CASE (1933)


Sure, it's only a Philo Vance movie, but with William (The Thin Man) Powell, Mary (The Maltese Falcon) Astor and a whole mess of dogs, how bad can it be? 


Find out for yourself, right here:






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4 comments:

Richard said...

I have seen it, on TCM, and liked it well enough, though Astor isn't any more likable here than in Falcon or any other film she was in that I've seen. I just don't understand her appeal, if she has any.

Kelly Robinson said...

Love, love, love William Powell1

Shay said...

I have to watch this, if only because I have never been able to get past the first few pages of any Philo Vance book.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Great movie and beautifully directed by Michael Curtiz too - probably the most stylish private eye movie of the decade as a result.